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Wound clinicians see various types of chronic wounds. Which of the following is not a type of chronic wound? Pressure Injury/Ulcer Venous Ulcer Arterial Ulcer Burn Wound
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Venous ulcers and arterial ulcers are considered to be the same type of ulcer. True or False?
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Which of the following is not a classification or grading system used for diabetic foot ulcers? University of Texas Diabetic Wound Classification System Wagner Grade Classification System SINBAD Wound Classification System Rutherford…
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The term “pressure injury” has evolved over the years. Which of the following is not a term often used to replace the current terminology of “pressure injury”? Decubitus Ulcer Pressure Sore Kennedy Terminal Ulcer Bedsore
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The terms “furuncle” and “carbuncle” can be used interchangeably. True or False?
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Skin tears may be partial-thickness or full-thickness and can be caused by: Pressure and friction Shearing and friction Pressure and blunt trauma Blunt trauma and allergy
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Tuberculosis can manifest on the skin. True or false.
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Different bacteria vary in their ability to develop biofilms; therefore, the susceptibility of biofilms also differs. True or false?
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Burn wounds can have many organisms that produce biofilm. True or False?  
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Biofilms are associated with EPS.  “EPS” is defined as: Extracellular polymeric substance Endoplasmic substrate Ectoplasmic substrate
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A diabetic patient presents with a neuropathic plantar ulcer of the right foot. Upon examination, there is moderate callus, no wound drainage, no erythema of the periwound, and full thickness skin loss. No bone or tendon is exposed. The most…
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